Sunset

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Sunset

Author: Hanoch Teller
Editor: Feldheim Publishers
ISBN: 9780961477226
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Instructive and dramatic episodes in the lives of ten contemporary Torah luminaries. Revised and enlarged.

A Guide To Sunset Crater And Wupatki

Author: Scott Thybony
Editor: Western National Parks Association
ISBN: 0911408673
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A guidebook to the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and the Wupatki Indian ruins in northern Arizona describes the geology, wildlife and history of the site.

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

Author: Rose Houk
Editor: Western National Parks Association
ISBN: 1877856460
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Scientists estimate that this "rather rare beast" in northern Arizona first erupted in A.D. 1064, and then on and off for a century and a half. Cinders from the final eruption, rusty red from the iron they contain, give the cone a distinctive sunset glow, hence the name.

Sunset

Author: Glen Onley
Editor: Sunstone Press
ISBN: 0865343802
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Thirteen-year-old Everett stares as his father, found guilty of murder, plunges through the trap door. Believing his father innocent and Wiley Stuart guilty, Everett hunts down the outlaw, but Deputy Marshal Ben Williams wrests away the prisoner and denies Everett all hope of clearing his father.

Sunset Boulevard

Author: Billy Wilder
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520218550
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"Sunset Boulevard" (1950) is one of the most famous films in the history of Hollywood, and perhaps no film better represents Hollywood's vision of itself. This facsimile edition of the screenplay provides intriguing background information about Wilder and the film's casting and production.

The Lost Sunset

Author: F.G. Mansour
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 145672035X
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The greatest fear known to man is not the fear of receiving something dreadful, but of losing something beautiful. The Lost Sunset is not just a Love story, it’s a story about Love, told by three unlikely narrators, all of which must be discovered by the reader. The book tells the story of a man named James and a girl named Destiny, using them both as tools to illustrate the philosophies of Love and life. When James and Destiny meet, it seems as though both will finally find what they had each been looking for; but because of James’s past, and Destiny’s present, circumstance becomes very circumstantial. Tragedy will also befriend James, changing his life forever. It's only through his interaction with a very mysterious girl that James is able to break out of his confused state. It is only with her, that we will see if James is able to let go of the past, accept the present, and build his future. The only question is whether or not any part of that will include Destiny.

Just Beyond The Sunset And Other Poems

Author: David Harris
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1409202836
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A first book of poems that is suitable for all ages. It is includes varying themes, love, comedy, religious and others. It spans the author's career from beginning to the present.

The Derailment Of The Sunset Limited September 22 1993 Big Bayou Canot Alabama

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Crystal Beach Sunset

Author: Tom Nolan
Editor: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1608441490
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A talented writer could craft a short paragraph about his first novel in such a way as to demand further attention. I'm not that good. However, Crystal Beach Sunset is set in an interesting place and time and the interplay among the four principal characters will have universal appeal. What's not to like about a self-proclaimed devout atheist who does charitable work in several area churches? The day-to-day narrative begins when Jim and Rebecca Thornton, corporate banker and English teacher, opt for a two-week vacation on the shores of Lake Erie across from Buffalo. They expect some quiet time away from the heat of Manhattan and not the four-week, life-changing adventure that ensues. But then, they did not imagine that they would spend so much time with their landlord, a middle-aged, self employed, non-tax paying eccentric and his live-in twenty-eight year old girlfriend, a part time stripper and part time exercise rider at the local racetrack. The story takes place in Fort Erie, Ontario and Buffalo, NewYork, its crossborder neighbor, during the late summer of 1989. It ends on Labor Day that year, the last day of operation of Crystal Beach, a popular amusement park on the lake. The four principal characters occupy a lakefront property one bay over, the fifty year old Jack Mahoney and Linda McCollum in the main house and the young couple from New York City in the rental cottage. A cancellation provides an offer of a free extension of their stay if they "assist with some projects." The characters connect by gender and prim is influenced by the bawdier side of life and proper by the unconventional. The area backdrop provides a second sharp contrast, current and historical, between the Canadian and American sides of the Niagara River. Photo: (c) 2008, Above All Aerial & Specialty Photography-Ohio www.aboveallohio.com